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TUCKER AND COX PROMOTED
M. W. TUCKER
M. W. Tucker has been named
superintendent of the Kernersville plant
succeeding the late J. W. Woollen. The
announcement of this promotion was
made recently by James H. Millis,
president of Adam s-Millis Corporation.
Mr. Tucker has been with Adams-
Millis for 33 years and has been assist
ant superintendent since 1929. His first
hosiery experience was with the Lillian
Knitting Mills of Albemarle, where he
started running ribbers in 1913. He was
soon promoted to fixing loopers and
sewing machines and to foreman of the
Knitting Department. After two years
with the Lillian Knitting Mills, Mr.
Tucker went to the Wicassett Knitting
Mills as a fixer where he stayed for
Mr. Tucker was a fixer in the Knit
ting Department of Adams-Millis prior
to his promotion as assistant superin
tendent. He served on the Board of Al
dermen of the City of Kernersville for
Mr. and Mrs. Tucker have two
children, M. W. Tucker, Jr., andMrs.
Donald Willard. Mr. Tucker's favorite
hobby is entertaining his only grand
child, nine-year-old Donna Ruth Will
President Millis also announced the
promotion of Percy V. Cox to foreman
of the Machine Shop, Succeeding the late
R. E. Shaw. Cox has been with Adams-
Millis Corporation for 25 years as a
full fashioned knitter and machinist.
Prior to, and during. World War
II, Cox pursued courses in metals and
shop machinery in the vocational and
trade classes of the High Point City
Schools. He later taught classes in the
vocational and trade schools of High
Mr. Cox lives on the Kernersville
Road and is a member of Main Street
Methodist Church. His daughter, Mary
S. Suits is employed as a clipper ia
Scientists now explain that kissing
i s simple chemistry. A craving 1°^
salt started. The cave man discovered
t hat he could cool off in the summer hy
licking his neighbor's cheek. He then
discovered it was more fun if the neigh'
bor was of the opposite sex. Then every'
body forgot about salt.
For every man 85 years of ag^>
there are seven women. But it's too
late then--oh hum.